If you’ve ever been stranded in a dark, empty room with nothing but the TV, you’ve probably encountered the TV Zone LifeGuard.
The lifeguard is a wearable device that provides instant, non-invasive rescue by cutting power to your home, then re-establishing communication with you.
But, in case you haven’t heard, the lifeguard can also be used as a way to distract your loved ones, so you can avoid an emergency.
To make this a reality, the TVZ LifeGuard comes with a rechargeable battery, which can last for up to 30 days.
You can recharge the LifeGuard from an iPad or Android smartphone with a simple cable, or you can use the Lifeguard as a remote control for your TV.
It’s a simple and effective way to keep a check on your home and your family.
TVZ uses a unique technology called the X1-F1, which enables the Lifeguards to sense vibrations, temperature, and light from around the room.
The LifeGuard will then vibrate to tell you whether or not it needs to shut off, and the Life Guard will cut power to prevent damage to your electronics.
To activate the LifeGators, simply press and hold down the “lifeguard” button on the top of the device.
This will cause the device to charge up.
Once the Lifegators are fully charged, they will alert you to your location and the current status of the lifeguards on your TVzone.
If you have a TV with a “life-gated” switch, you will also be able to turn off the Lifeguards using the “turn off” button.
The “turn on” button will also automatically turn off Lifeguards, as well as the LifeGuards when the TV is turned off.
When you’re ready to get rid of the LifeGUards, simply pull the charging cable from the Lifegaurd, which will power the LifeGaurd and then rewind the cord to charge it up.
It should be noted that you may need to have a cable running between your TV and your Lifeguard to recharge it, as there is a built-in battery pack.
The TVZ Lifigator is available for $129.99 on Amazon, with a free 30-day trial.
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